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Greatest Songs, Albums of All Time
- Greatest 100 songs of all time (Telegraph)
- 500 Greatest Songs of All Time (Rolling Stone)
- Hot 100 singles of all time (Billboard)
- Most successful songs, albums and acts of All time (Billboard)
90s Pop Hits
There are some GREAT songs from the 90s in this 3 CD set containing 40 songs. The price is reasonable for this set and you do get your money’s worth. Overall a great choice for 1990’s music.
1. Gettin’ Jiggy Wit It – Will Smith
2. Save Tonight – Eagle-Eye Cherry
3. You Gotta Be – Des’ree
4. Lullaby – Shawn Mullins
5. Pride (In the Name of Love) – Clivilles & Cole
6. All I Want – Toad The Wet Sprocket
7. I Can See Clearly Now – Jimmy Cliff
8. If You Love Me – Brownstone
9. Everything Falls Apart – Dog’s Eye View
10. Just Kickin’ It – Xscape
11. Tell Me – Groove Theory
12. Power of Love / Love Power – Luther Vandross
13. Oh Girl – Paul Young
1. Doo Wop (That Thing) – Lauryn Hill
2. I Know – Dionne Farris
3. Two Princes – Spin Doctors
4. I’ll Take You There – General Public
5. Here Comes the Hotstepper – Ini Kamoze
6. Lump – The Presidents of the United States of America
7. Gonna Make You Sweat (Everybody Dance Now) – C+C Music Factory feat. Freedom Williams
8. Shy Guy – Diana King
9. Moving On Up – M People
10. Step By Step – New Kids On The Block
11. Funkdafied – Da Brat
12. Love U More – Sunscreem
13. Molly (Sixteen Candles) – Sponge
1. No, No, No Part 2 (featuring Wyclef Jean) – Destiny’s Child feat. Wyclef Jean
2. Steal My Sunshine – Len
3. Déjà Vu (Uptown Baby) – Lord Tariq & Peter Gunz
4. 808 – Blaque
5. Jump – Kris Kross
6. Wishing On A Star – The Cover Girls
7. Candy – Mandy Moore
8. Rush – Big Audio Dynamite
9. Standing Outside a Broken Phone Booth with Money in My Hand – Primitive Radio Gods
10. Let the Beat Hit ‘Em – Lisa Lisa & Cult Jam
11. This Is For The Lover In You – Babyface featuring LL Cool J, Howard Hewett, Jody Watley & Jeffrey Daniels
12. Live and Learn – Joe Public
13. I’m Gonna Get You – Bizarre Inc.
14. Love of a Lifetime – Firehouse
The way we listen to music has changed over the years. First it was the vinyl records, then came the cassette tapes, then CDs and now mp3s and digital music. However, there are many who still cling on to their old vinyls (makes them nostalgic). There are many who feel that music in the old vinyl records sound better than the digital music available today. And that also explains the popularity of turntables.
We have listened to and evaluated several kinds of music: classical, rock, pop, and more, and selected the best so that you do not have to spend your time searching for the best songs, singers, bands and composers. Just browse our lists, buy and enjoy these out-of-this-world music masterpieces.
Should You Still Be Buying CDs?
When CDs first burst int the scene, they were preferred because of their better audio quality, and because they were portable so you could play them in the car or in any of your rooms.
However, a lot has changed in this space in the last few years, with several new alternatives to CDs cropping up.
- Almost everybody uses smartphones and tablets to host their music libraries, thanks to their huge storage capacities, and the music can be played back through car stereos, speaker docks, etc.
- Many also like the fact that they can buy individual tracks for 99 cents rather than buy entire albums (on CDs) for around $10 or so.)
- In case you’re looking for audiobook CDs, even those can now be downloaded from sites like Audible and Simply Audiobooks.
- And that’s not all, music-on-demand streaming services like Pandora, Spotify offer a huge range of music that are almost of CD quality. And you can listen it from anywhere, thanks to devices like iPhone and Roku box.
Having said that, not everybody has moved over to the ‘all-digital, all-downloads, all-streaming’ wagon yet (looking at the trend, it could happen soon in the future). Until that happens, people will continue to buy CDs, and lots of good music still gets sold on CDs.
This is your best resource to find discount CDs, DVDs and vinyls. The internet is a great place to get huge discounts on the music you want, even if you’re not buying in bulk.
Top Online Music Stores
Here are the top online stores that you may checkout in case you want to buy digital music.
- iTunes: I am sure you guessed that its owned by Apple. Its definitely big and popular with users. It offers excellent integration with the world’s best-selling MP3 player, the iPod. The only downside is that most of the tracks available in iTunes can only be played on the iPod or iPhone, and not on any other MP3 player (however popular that brand might be). You will need the iTunes software (works on both Windows and Mac) to access their music store.
- Amazon MP3: This one is from Amazon.com, which already has a huge audience and broad appeal. It is a Web-based store where you can buy music, audiobooks, movies, and TV shows.
- eMusic: Not as big as itunes but its worth mentioning. Its biggest USP is that it offers an incredible value: it is the cheapest of the bunch by far.
- Napster: Once the king of peer-to-peer music service, Napster is now a legitimate music store. Napster offers music reviews as well as preprogrammed playlists and radio stations. you just need a Web connection to access their music store.